New Zealand Hunts
Rifle Only 1 x 1 ONLY $12,500!
This is the best deal on a 380" - 420" red stag, a chamois, and a Himalayan tahr on the planet! All of these animals may be hunted on foot and most clients are able to accomplish this hunt without being in full mountain shape. Stay at a 4-star lodge and experience the hunting deal of a lifetime!
Rifle Only 1 x 1 ONLY $10,500 All-in!
This is a great deal on a combination Himalayan Tahr and Red Stag combo hunt with one of New Zealand's best outfitters. If a helicopter is used, 1 hour of helicopter time is $1,600. The scenery is spectacular, as is the hunting. A 4-star lodge and fabulous food top off this adventure, so why not call us and book your dream trip today?
Rifle Only 1 x 1 Only $8,250
Hunt Himalayan Tahr and Alpine Chamois on New Zealand's South Island at a highly discounted Price. Stay in a beautiful lodge and hunt these alpine animals on foot. The average hunter is capable of completing this hunt, as the outfitter has access to areas that do not require being in tip-top mountain shape!
Rifle Only 1 x 1 Only $6,000
2023 / 2024
Hunt for a red stag in New Zealand on one of the best-priced stag hunts in all of New Zealand. Hunt with an outfitter that has been guiding hunters on Red Stag hunts for more than 3 decades. Combine this hunt with a Chamois or Tahr to make it a memorable combo hunt! You will stay at a 4-star lodge nestled in the mountains of New Zealands South Island.
Rifle Only Only $6,000!
Hunt Himalayan Tahr on foot on private land that has not been affected by the New Zealand Government's culling programs. There are lots of trophy bull Tahr on this ranch and accommodations can be made for most physical limitations. No helicopter is necessary. Hunt your Tahr with an outfitter that has over 3 decades of experience producing some of the finest trophy hunting that New Zealand offers. Add a red stag, chamois or fallow deer and make it a combo hunt!
Rifle - 1 x 1 Only $2,250!
Hunt Alpine Chamois on foot in New Zealand's South island. No helicopter is required and most clients can do this hunt successfully without the use of a helicopter. You will stay at a 4-star lodge and can also hunt Fallow Deer, Red Stags, Himalayan Tahr and Arapawa Rams. This is one of the best deals on an Alpine Chamois in the world!
Rifle Only - 1X1 Only $2,250!
Hunt Fallow Deer on New Zealand's South Island with an outfitter that has been guiding trophy hunts for over 3 decades. He has the best prices on New Zealand hunts that I have found and you will stay at a 4-star lodge while hunting your trophy Fallow Buck. Other species such as Chamois, Tahr, Red Stag, Arapawa rams and wild boar can be added to your hunt.
Hunting In New Zealand
Hunting in New Zealand is a top-of-the-list destination for big game hunters wanting to experience hunting in one of the world’s most scenic countries. Every hunter thinks at some point in their life about hunting a giant red stag during the “roar” or climbing the mountains in search of a Himalayan Tahr.
New Zealand is split into two large islands, the North Island and the South Island. Most international hunters will arrive at Aukland, the Capital of New Zealand, and continue by flight there if hunting the larger South Island. Originally. There were no land-based mammals in New Zealand other than two species of bats and two species of seals. All of the game present in New Zealand today has been introduced. There are no bag limits in New Zealand for hunting large game. Hunting in National Parks is a permitted activity. Both guided and independent hunting is allowed on public land to non-resident hunters with a firearms license and a permit from the Department of Conservation.
Several of the huntable species available in New Zealand include:
Red Deer (Stag) – New Zealand has the best quality hunting for a red stag in the world. Most world records have come off of New Zealand Estates. Free-range red stag hunting is available but sizes run smaller than the estate stags that New Zealand is famous for.
Himalayan Tahr – Himalayan Tahr were gifted to New Zealand by the 11th Duke of Bedford in 1903. They have become well-established and are a prime draw for hunters. The New Zealand government has sought to reduce Tahr numbers on public lands in recent years, so much of the Tahr hunting has shifted to private lands.
Chamois – Chamois is a goat-like antelope and was gifted to New Zealand by the Austrian Emperor in 1903. Chamois exist in good populations in New Zealand. Hunters many times employ the services of a helicopter to access the high mountain areas that chamois like to frequent.
Fallow Deer - All 4 color phases of these impressive deer are present on both Islands
Russa Deer – Russa deer are the least plentiful deer in New Zealand and are located on about 500 sq. miles of the area on the North Island. The roar is from July-August and the terrain where they are found is rough with limited access.
Sambar Deer – Sambar deer are only found on the North Island. They are frequently sought after by hunters looking to collect the primary species found in New Zealand.
Sitka Deer – Like Sambar deer, Sitka Deer are only found on the North Island.
Elk – There are impressive numbers of elk in New Zealand and trophy size is comparable with the best North American specimens.
Moose – A small number of moose were released on the South Island in 1910 but are currently thought to be extinct there today.
Whitetail Deer – Whitetail Deer are only found on the South Island, and primarily on Stewart Island.
Pigs – Feral pigs are found on both islands and are considered agricultural pests. They are a popular target of both locals and Australians.
Duck Shooting – The waterfowl season in New Zealand is from the 1st weekend in May and extends for 3 months.
Wild Turkeys – Good populations of Merriam wild turkeys exist on both islands in scattered lowland areas.